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  • 01:08

    MDGOP Spring 2014 Convention Part 1

    in Politics Conservative

    Part 1 of 3 of the Red Maryland Network's broadcast from the MDGOP Spring 2014 Convention at the DoubleTree Hotel in Bethesda Maryland


    In Part 1 Greg Kline and Mark Newgent and Andrew Laner are joined by WBAL Radio Talk Show Host Derek Hunter, and Mike Esteve.



    We set the stage for the convention; 
    Mike Esteve, joins us to talk about his new group Millennial Maryland;
    Derek Hunter gets a load of Andrew's "douche jacket;"
    We break down the Maryland gubernatorial field;

  • 00:57

    MDGOP 2014 Spring Convention Show Part 2

    in Politics Conservative

    Part 2 of the Red Maryland broadcast from the MDGOP Spring 2014 Convention



    Andrew give the details on his new podcast on the RELM Network;
    Ryan Miner stops by to talk about his campaign for Washington County Board of Education;
    Red Maryland News Director Duane Kennan gives his roving reports from the convention;
    Corey Stottlemeyer candidate for Maryland State Senate in District 3 gives us an update on the campaign;
    WMAL talks show host Larry O'Connor shares his thoughts the convention and the Maryland gubernatorial race;
    Dan Bongino rips the Gazette and updates us on his surging congressional campaign.

  • 00:48

    On the Air With RT Convention Authors

    in Entertainment

    The Annual RT BOOKLOVERS Convention is brought to you by RT BOOK REVIEWS Magazine. This year's convention will be at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Dallas, Texas May 12th -17th.


    Misha Elliott is an old movie watching, wine drinking, book-lover.  Once a northerner she now calls the sweet state of Alabama her home.  She can’t remember a time when books weren't a part of her life.   Writing gives her a reason to talk to the voices in her head.  When she isn’t writing you will find her talking about books with friends or at the beach with her toes in the sand.


    Regina Jennings is homeschooling mother of four from Mustang, Oklahoma. She enjoys watching musicals with her kids, traveling with her husband and reading by herself. Regina is the author of A Most Inconvenient Marriage, Caught in the Middle, Love in the Balance and Sixty Acres and a Bride. 


    Anderson Harp is the author of the thrillers “Retribution” and “Born of War” (Kensington). He served in the Marines, taught artic survival, mountaineering, and was stationed around the globe. He created the USO’s Operation Thriller and did two tours in the Persian Gulf visiting the troops. He is a recipient of the Non-Sibi Sed Patriae Award. 


    Tina DeSalvo's debut book, Elli, a Second Chance Novel, has received five star reviews and praise. Tina brings her love and passion for the rich culture, unique traditions and interesting people of Cajun Country and New Orleans where she has lived and worked. Before becoming a fiction writer, Tina was a television sports broadcaster where she is said to be the first woman football play-by-play announcer in Louisiana. 


     

  • 01:02

    Romantic Times Convention Author Preview

    in Writing

    Join host Donna Wright on the couch tonight as she talks one-on-one with three Romantic Times Convention authors: Zuri Day, Erin Knightley, and Lindsay Cummings. And find out the latest in Romance news from Mallory Kane. All of this and more this week on Hummingbird Place Your Home for Romance. 

  • 01:34

    OTG & OTC: The Convention of States Project-Part 2 – Not A Good Idea?

    in Current Events

    Every few decades, there has been a call for an Article V Convention, for the purpose of proposing amendments to the United States Constitution.    Once again, the call is being trumpeted.   The Article V Convention is now being phrased as The Convention of States Project.  This Convention of states is a convention called by the state legislatures for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution.  Proponents want to call a convention for the purpose of limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.  We certainly know that the federal government is recklessly overreaching its powers … and that it is being allowed to happen.


     


    Last show, we heard from featured guest callers in favor of COS.  Our featured guest callers … 4/16 … will be explaining why the COSP is NOT a good idea. (If you didn’t hear the show FOR COS … you will most definitely want to give a listen before attending this one.)



    If the Federal Government Ignores the Current Constitution, now, why would they adhere to an amended Constitution?  Is a convention of the states safe from turning into a “runaway convention”?  Where is the funding coming from, and who is the parent organization for the COS project?


     


    Wynne Coleman (heading up No Convention of States NC) is joining Debbie Barth and her illustrious panel, to answer these questions and to give her point of view for opposing the Convention of States.


     

    Do YOU feel comfortable with changes being made to YOUR Constitution?  Let us know what you think.  We need YOUR feedback!  Call 323-792-3071 (press the number 1 to talk to the host.)

  • 01:27

    OTG & OTC: The Convention of States Project- Will It Make a Difference?

    in Current Events

    Every few decades, there has been a call for an Article V Convention, for the purpose of proposing amendments to the United States Constitution.    Once again, the call is being trumpeted.   The Article V Convention is now being phrased as The Convention of States Project.  This Convention of states is a convention called by the state legislatures for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution.  Proponents want to call a convention for the purpose of limiting the power and jurisdiction of the federal government.  We certainly know that the federal government is recklessly overreaching its powers … and that it is being allowed to happen.




    While the Convention of States sounds like a good idea, there are questions.  If the Federal Government ignores the current Constitution, why would they adhere to an amended Constitution?  Is a convention of the states safe from turning into a “runaway convention”?  Where is the funding coming from, and who is the parent organization for the COS project?


     


    Scott Williams, Tennessee State Director of the Convention of States Project is joining Debbie Barth and her illustrious panel, to answer these questions and to give his point of view for the Convention of States.


     

    Do YOU feel comfortable with changes being made to YOUR Constitution?  Let us know what you think.  We need YOUR feedback!  Call 323-792-3071 (press the number 1 to talk to the host.)

  • 00:44

    NAN Convention 2015

    in Politics

    Saturday, April 11, Governor of Maryland Martin O’Malley (D) will address the National Action Network’s Annual Convention (NAN) in New York City. O’Malley, who is also a possible 2016 presidential candidate, will deliver remarks at 10:00 a.m. on the final day of the 17th annual NAN convention led by civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton in New York at the Sheraton New York Hotel & Towers.


    This year’s annual convention arrives on the heels of a series of events that shined a bright light on the racial and civil rights challenges still plaguing America. It will be largest gathering of civil rights leaders since the tragedies in Ferguson, Staten Island and most recently, the tragic shooting of an unarmed man in South Carolina. Thousands of people are coming together – from faith leaders to business leaders to Obama Administration officials – to discuss ways to combat 21st century assaults on justice and equality.

  • 00:52

    Beyond the Standard—Why the North American Christian Convention?

    in Christianity

    Join host Mark Taylor as he talks with Mike Baker, the president of this year’s North American Christian Convention. Mike will give us the latest news about the event scheduled for this June 23-26 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and answer questions like these . . .



    What’s different about this year’s gathering?
    Why do we still need the NACC?
    Which of today’s problems or opportunities prompted the convention program he planned?


    Mike, the senior pastor with the thriving Eastview Christian Church in Normal, Illinois, is focusing his proven leadership skills on a gathering that will bless many thousands. We’ll pick his brain, not only about the convention, but also about the challenges facing every Christian leader today.

  • 01:00

    PEP Talk: Live from the MDGOP Convention

    in Politics

    It's here, the biggest circus in town. And there will certainly be many elephants in the room. 
    PEP is teaming up with our good friends at Red Maryland to bring you jumbo sized coverage of the MDGOP convention.  If you're going to be there, stop by the "Come Outside" suites and say Hi.  If you're listening from home, well, then we'll make sure you are kept abreast of the play by plays.
    You can follow Purple Elephant Politics on Facebook, Twitter, and of course, our super fab website.
    PEP Talk is sponsored by Strategic Victory Consulting, Conservative Victory PAC, and BP Wright Communications.

  • 02:00

    Zaiyah's House welcomes The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention

    in Entertainment

    http://ecbacc.com/wordpress3/


    The East Coast Black Age of Comics Convention (ECBACC)  established in 2002 by President and Founder         Brother Yumy Odom as a community-based educational, literacy, literary and artistic initiative with the following objectives:
     
    1] To bring together the men / women in the comic book industry, including sci-fi, fantasy and political satire, cartooning / animation, to share ideas and showcase their work;
    2] To discuss the impact of the comic book industry;
    3] To look at the business aspects of the comic book industry;
    4] To look at how the comic book industry can more actively serve as a tool to address community concerns: literacy, incarceration, addictions, homelessness, racism, sexism, etc.; and
    5] To establish a network / consortium (ECBACC Synergy Group) and an annual convention (Comic-Con) to address this initiative in an open and public forum.
    ECBACC, Inc. continues to fulfill this mission. A s the region’s premiere “Black Comic Book Convention” and the forerunner and template for urban comic book & sci-fi conventions.


    Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they interview ECBACC's Innovative President and Founder Brother Yumy Odom.

  • 01:01

    2015 Convention Countdown: #NCEBC2015 #UrbanEdMatters

    in Education

    On Monday, March 30, 2015 @ 10AM ET, NCEBCTalkRadio continues its "Convention Workshop Preview" series. REGISTER NOW @ http://ncebc.org/events/2015convention/


    These are just the first of many stellar workshops lined up for #NCEBC2015



    Exploring African American English and Standard American English: To Promote Reading and Academic Success.     
    Meet Your 5 Year Goals in 16 Months: A Formula Solution to District Resource Equity Missions
    An Urban Schools focus on Closing the Aspiration Gap
    Destroying the Pipeline in Our Village
    Cultural Competency Responsiveness Framework: A Guide for School Districts